Track and Field

Fri 12 Oct 2018

Don Award winner Fearnley knows how to wow a crowd

Don Award winner Fearnley knows how to wow a crowd

Wheelchair racer Kurt Fearnley has delivered a message of hope after becoming the first athlete with a disability to win The Don Award.

Sun 29 Jul 2018

Team effort for triathlon win

Team effort for triathlon win

AFTER failing to defend the world crown earlier this month, Australia has rallied for a sensational comeback victory in a world team triathlon relay race in...

Mon 16 Jul 2018

Silver lining for Aussies in mixed teams triathlon

Silver lining for Aussies in mixed teams triathlon

AUSTRALIA has left the Hamburg world triathlon series without a single title after losing its world crown in the new Olympic mixed team’s event to France.

Thu 12 Apr 2018

Dani Stevens smashes record to leave rivals in a spin

Dani Stevens smashes record to leave rivals in a spin

Australian discus thrower Dani Stevens is eyeing Olympic gold after smashing her opponents the Commonwealth Games record to win by almost eight metres.

Marschall ‘does a Hooker’ to take gold

Marschall ‘does a Hooker’ to take gold

AUSTRALIA’S Kurtis Marschall has followed in the footsteps of his idol Steve Hooker to claim gold in the pole vault.

Sun 4 Mar 2018

Pearson out but has one eye on the Games

Pearson out but has one eye on the Games

SALLY Pearson says she was better for the run after failing to reach the final of the women's 60m hurdles at the world indoor championships.

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